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6.08 Animals

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Megan Rose

on 8 February 2014

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6.08 Animals
European Eel

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Chinese Salamander
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Red Fox
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Painted Batagur
6.08 Animals
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Physical Traits
Grows up to 4.5 inches
Lives to 50 years
Flanks are silver and bellies white
The eels are known as "silver eels"
Animal Behaviors:
Has a very hectic and stressed out behavior.
Reproductive Process:
It has a very weird reproductive process,
it is able to procreate and have babies after it has swam a distance of 6,500 km.
Common Ecosystems:
The Sea
Reasons For Endangerment:
Any eel that has been caught at sea is a juvinele that has not had a chance to spawn yet.
Physical Traits
Very large
Big eyes
Feeds on Insects
Animal Behaviors:
Very shy
Very protective of their young
Reproductive Process
The Female lays around 40 0 eggs underwater, the male then watches the eggs til they are hatched for around 60 days.
Common Ecosystems:
The 18 provinces in China, however they are very rare.
Reason for Endangerment:
They are endangered because of habitat loss and overharvesting. In china people used to catch the salamanders and farm them.
Physical Traits
Red Fur
30-42 Inches in length
Black Ears
Reproductive Process:
Red foxes reproduce once in spring.
Common Ecosystems:
Forests, Woodlands, Meadows.
Reasons For Endangerment:
Being overly hunted.
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Physical Traits:
Flightless Bird
lay the largest egg for their size
Have narrow hollow bones
Animals Behavior:
Reproductive Process
Males begin sexual maturity at 18 months in captivity, females are able to lay eggs in 3 years. The mating season starts in march.
Reason for endangerment:
Habitat modification and other things eating the kiwi were the main reasons for endangerment.
Physical Traits:
Has a Shell
Female is always larger than male
Most endangered river turtles in southeast asia
Animal Behaviors:
Shy, timid, scared of humans.

Reproduction Process:
During the mating season the head turns white and a red stripe appears between it's eyes.
Common Ecosystems:
Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia. They are commonly found in fresh bodies of water.
Reasons For Endangerment:
They are widely used for pets, used for food, and their habitat is threatened.
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